How To Read The Morning Prayer

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How To Read The Morning Prayer
How To Read The Morning Prayer

Video: How To Read The Morning Prayer

Video: How To Read The Morning Prayer
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Morning prayer is a prayer in Islam performed from dawn to sunrise. Otherwise it is called Fajr, which is translated from Arabic and means "dawn".

How to read the morning prayer
How to read the morning prayer


Step 1

First, the worshiper must stand up and turn in the direction of the Revered Kaba, located in the city of Mecca. Men need to raise their hands to ear level and even touch them, while women are encouraged to place both hands up to their shoulders. Then one should say "Allahu Akbar". It is with these words that the morning prayer begins.

Step 2

In the morning prayer, when reading the surah, it is necessary to be in a standing position (however, this is not at all necessary if a person is not able to do this). When praying, women can place their hands on their chest, and men - below the chest, but your navel. It is worth paying attention to the fact that the right hand should be on top of the left. A less preferred option is to grab your left wrist with your right hand.

Step 3

When reading Surah "Al-Fatiha", it is imperative to follow the rules and follow the sequence of Ayats. Pronunciation of letters with distortion and inaccuracies is inadmissible. In addition, when reading, you need to hear not only those around you, but above all, yourself. After completing this sura, you need to say "Amin" and read another small sura, for example: "Al-Falyak" or "An-Nas".

Step 4

Then follow the bow, which should be accompanied by the words "Allahu Akbar". Please note that when bowing, palms should be placed at knee level. One should stay in this position during the reading of the words "Subhana-allah". During the bow, which is also called the Hand, one should say "Subhana rabbiyal-azim" three times.

Step 5

Bowing down, or sujud, also begins with the words "Allahu Akbar." After that, it is required to say "Subhana rabbi'al-a'la" (three times). Straighten up, sit down and say "Rabbi gfir li, Rabbi gfir li", which means: my Lord, forgive me. This is followed by the second sujud and the words from the first are repeated. This concludes the first part of the morning prayer.

Step 6

The second part consists of the same steps as the first. Everything is done in the same order. As soon as the second bow to the earth is made, the prayer must sit down and read "tahiyat", and then "salavat". Turning your head to the right, say: "Assalamu alaykum wa rahmatu-allah" (which means Peace to you and the mercy of Allah). Then turn your head to the left and repeat these words.